The art of showing up and producing your best work over and over again.
End the famine by taking action, instead of waiting around.
Now is now the time to be shy, you must lean into the storm of noise.
Stop asking this question and start mastering your craft.
Walk in the shoes of another to know how to best help and serve them.
The importance of remembering that your situation isn’t unique and that you alone can beat these demons.
Balance Passion vs Progress
It can be easy to dismiss new ideas, tools or directions because you’ve never done them before, start instead.
Show and tell time, all the time.
How to find your champions and true fans by asking for a toll.
Empathise with the user and tailor your offering to how they feel.
Whatever happens, don’t stop. You chose this.
Framing your offering is vital to getting users to not just understand your solution, but pay your bills too.
Keep the loneliness and isolation at bay with these tips for working alone or remotely.
Without trust, your offering means nothing to the person on the other side of the screen.
Find your creative powers and use them to reach your lifestyle dreams.
Why aren’t you working towards what you actually want every day?
Sometimes you just have way too much time to think. Act sooner. Avoid sounding like a crazy person.
Improving your ideas, work and philosophies by using someone else’s brain (even when you’re remote).
It makes sense you want to delete your old thoughts or work.
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How we take the opinions we are shown and make them a part of our lives, without thinking about the WHY.
Use your thoughts like a boxer uses his punches.
Why you’ve been designing for other designers, or your own ego, and why that’s wrong.
Good clients vs bad clients. Great users or terrible users. People who like everything you post and online haters. The difference between each of these is vast. But they have something in common.
Follow these key principles to make sure your work not only gets out there, but works for you, as a digital nomad.
Everything has gotten way too distracting. Being active on the internet is HARD WORK. And in spite of the common adage, “hard work pays off” — when online this isn’t always the case. For all the work you put in, all that hard labour may have no results.
When working as a designer remotely, every request of your time costs you. And not just in the typical, financial way.Breaking up your flow to jump on a 15-minute chat that could have been resolved in a brief couple of Slack messages isn’t something that should be taken lightly. You should value your time and resources more than that.